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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Same as card counting against random bits!
« Last post by Rinad on Today at 07:01:33 PM »


  it worked at that time because the other side had a win that would of help you, but am sure you know that when both blacks and reds combine at the same time you also have longer streaks.
hard to call that one.

Rinad
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by juice on Today at 06:48:41 PM »
CONGRATS! Junscissorhands !  but I agree with B.A., Talos uses (if needed) a progression.
AND....Although I am happy for you, I personally would need Dr. Talos, to confirm that you and he compared each others play and you do in fact posses his magic~
However, I salute your effort in finding your way to a GRAIL, that works for you and wish you many years of fortune.  If for no other reason, I am happy you posted, because this place has been pretty lame recently.   
By the way, this topic asks a question........apparently you have no intentions of answering it?

Best Regards, juice

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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by Junscissorhands on Today at 06:47:16 PM »


The key is the amount of numbers that you have to bet to break even or make profit during the cycle of play.

It always remains flat-betting, you can call it a "progression". But that's misleading.

Also, you need to find a way to able to bet on the singles and repeaters within a certain range.

No outside bets, no splits, no quads etc.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by BlueAngel on Today at 05:48:56 PM »

For starters dr Talos not only is using progression, but also regards it as the most important element of his strategy.
Second, he never bets less than a line, these were what he told, whether he lied or not is another thing.

I've yet to see a progression which wins regardless of the selection, is there any?!
From the other hand, a selection could be overall profitable without progression.
I believe you, but let's pretend that I'm the ''Devil's advocate'', thus not convinced, would you mind play along the lines for a while?

Issue number 1: by betting every number which hits, you have to overcome 22 unique in 22 spins, which means 22 successive lost bets without a single repeat/win.

Issue number 2: by betting all numbers with 2 hits you must to deal with 18 double hit numbers without any with 3 hits, that's one more barrier which could appear in our way.

Issue number 3: by betting all numbers before they hit you could encounter only 18 unique and 19 repeats within any 37 spins cycle, as you might understand the un-hit numbers are destined to fail under such conditions.

Issue number 4: by expecting ''certain'' repeats during the last 7 spins of the 37 spins cycle could lead you to disaster since you would bet more numbers for less profit per win, I've personally witnessed 30 uniques with just 7 repeats within 37 spins and none of those 7 repeats occurred during the last 7 spins.

I've lost money with all the above situations, this made me thinking how useful is to know what number hit (or didn't) and how many hits.
What good is this kind of information when regardless of how you are going to bet there is a situation which could make you lose.(?)

You might argue that such events are rare and you'd be true but when you win 80 times 1 unit and lose only once 100 units you are still deep in the sithole.
So what's the magic formula which will make us win more than we lose?

I've the answer but I'd prefer to listen yours first.
So...? Anyone...?
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by Junscissorhands on Today at 04:25:41 PM »


Guys,

I have finally found the HG.

DrTalos didn't lie at all. There is someone else who has it, his name starts with an V.

Or is DrTalos = V.... ?

Anyway their method of exploiting the wheel remains the same.

Hints:

* 37 spin cycle.
* flat-betting no progressions.

Good luck guys !

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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Same as card counting against random bits!
« Last post by Sputnik on Today at 03:23:30 PM »


I play online at Leo Vegas and notice during one session that following one stream might be a bad idea in some situations. I pick Red as my dominant side and aim to win two in a row using my methodology above.
Then i got a strong black side with only black numbers hitting with Red singles, not even red series of two to hit break even territorium. All Black hot numbers strike and all Red numbers or most of them was cold.
LOL even the delar mention this ...

Then my thinking process start to talk to me and i reckon if i been betting both sides, then i would have won much more then just break even at the end, as i would have taking advantage of the Black sides strikes.
So after all it might not be such a good idea to split the Red & Black by them self in every situation.

I learn my lesson and will keep this experience in mind.

Note:
I am happy with Leo Vegas, they let me observe the game with out betting during long periods of time and i still keep my video connection, i assume not all online casinos are like that, for example Dublin Bet.

Cheers
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Roulette Systems / Re: Finales System
« Last post by Trilobite on Today at 09:56:13 AM »
See the number between 1 and 0 and play the 3 or 4 finales for 4 spins then look for another number.

Sorry, I know it's not forum kosher to quote the above post, but I'm struggling to understand what you said here, nowun.

Is this what you meant to write?

If so could you explain a little further?

Thanks.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Finales System
« Last post by nowun on Today at 07:35:03 AM »
When i bet on 3 or 4 numbers it is the only way I play.  See the number between 1 and 0 and play the 3 or 4 finales for 4 spins then look for another number.

I am currently just betting 1 number, with surprising success, but in this case I bet each number for 10 spins, before I change.  Rarely miss within the 10 spins.  I put some videos on youtube to demonstrate.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 06:22:22 PM »
                  Dissecting the 9 block.
In the absence  of zero then,
Using Block Number 1 as the example  .
111222333
123123123
231312123
231123312
It might help if we divided them into two groups of two
111222333
123123123
and
231312123
231123312
To illustrate that they actually do give a guarantee that there will be one line with at least 3 wins we  consider the sets of three contained in EACH line.
As there are 4 groups of 3 in  each line there are 9 x 4 = 36 sets of 36 possibilities.
The first line, for example, is 1122 so the 4 possibilities here are
1 with  2 and 3 = 112-
1 with 2 and 4 = 11-2
1 with 3 and 4 = 1-22
2 with 3 and 4 = -122
And you do the same with the other 8 lines to give a total of  36 possibilities . That is the bare bones of the 9 block .

                                   HOW TO BET ?
If there are 4 possibilities each with an equal chance then it can be argued that 2 versus  2  is an even- money bet for which we get  paid 5 /4 . But which to choose ?
I suggest that you choose  1 with 3 and 4, and 2 with 3 and 4 .
How to bet them is simplicity itself.
After the first 2 numbers are known then simply bet against the 2 numbers below the first 2 , and bet as 4 doubles 2x2 .
Thus,
1  ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 1 and 1 then bet 2 units on dozens 1 and 3 . If one of those wins then put 3 units  again on  dozens  1 and 3.

2 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens  1 and 2  then bet 2 units on dozens 1 and 2 . If one of those wins then put 3 units  again on  dozens  1 and 2.
3) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 1 and 3 then bet 2 units on dozens 2 and 3 . If one of those wins then put 3 units  again on  dozens  2 and 3.
4 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 2 and 1 then bet 2 units on dozens 1 and 2 . If one of those wins then put 3 units  n on  dozens  2 and 3.
5 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 2 and 2 then bet 2 units on dozens 2 and 3 . If one of those wins then put 3 units  n on  dozens  1 and 3.
6 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 2 and 3 then bet 2 units on dozens 1 and 3 . If one of those wins then put 3 units   on  dozens  1 and 2
7 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 3 and 1 then bet 2 units on dozens 2 and 3 . If one of those wins then put 3 units   on  dozens  1 and 2
8 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 3 and 2 then bet 2 units on dozens 1 and 3 . If one of those wins then put 3 units    on  dozens  2 and 3.
9 ) If the first 2 numbers are in the dozens 3 and 3 then bet 2 units on dozens 1 and 2 . If one of those wins then put 3 units  again on  dozens  1 and 3.
 SESSION BANK.
60 units x £5
Table Bank 20 units ( 5 x 4 units )
I suggest maximum loss of 3 Tables. Do not chase losses.
If using 25p chips .  Put 2  x25 chips on the 2 Sixlines in each dozen, e.g. dozen 1  2 chips on sixline 1-6 and 2 chips on sixline 7 - 12 . Total per table £10
50p chips then bet same as 25p Total per table £20
£1 chips then bet same as 25p Total per table £40

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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Same as card counting against random bits!
« Last post by Rinad on Yesterday at 04:35:47 PM »


 very good topic my friend,

a plus minus count is very easy to use to keep track of series. you can calibrate a bet mangement as well with it where you can bet x amount of units dependent on the count.
I think it also help that series or groups are a lot more reliable then wins and losses. for ec's it can keep things simple and help your discipline.
years ago I played a very simple plus minus count on roulette. on black and red only.
series are much better,
best,

Rinad
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